their own Uace. Tho Irish people of Schuylkill county havo suffered as much as arty other :;liiss of tho population at thn hands < f the " Mollloa." The number of outrages outrages that have been cominitlcd_ by these men, who havoarrogated to themselves themselves the character of Irishman par excellence, upon people of their own nationality, la Innumerable and range from an ordinary beating to murder, and, as in the case of Mrs. Simmons, of Glen Carbon, to the burning of an old woman in tho flames of her own home, and wo confess it affords us no little satisfaction when an opportunity Is presented presented for one of these people to get square. Hold up your head, Mr. Barney Barney O'Hare, and hundreds of other Irliiirmn in thin souuty, who for years back have not dared to call your lives your own, your persecutions are ended. —ib'/iencmdoa/i Herald.